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in order to avoid a half million dollars in sales tax that he would have to pay near his nantucket home or boston home. he's a tax evader as well as an elitist on his $7 million yacht. another man of the people. but, look, when these guys are there, does anyone think when the president is at camp david or playing golf, he's not actually working? >> if i had a $7 million yacht, i am out of touch. >> i disconnect. >> when you're having tea and crumpets you are totally cut off. the president says he'll have his blackberry with him, his briefing book in hand and working around the clock. when the president goes on vacation, he's never on vacation. >> of course. i think it's silly when people say he has to be in the white house. we can work from anywhere nowadays. >> even on a yacht. >> apparently. >> high-level democratic office holder should not have a $7 million yacht. you can't get up and demagog everything and we're on your side for working families. be quiet and then you inherited money to buy a $7 million yacht. not a louchltd you can't do that. >> i disagree. i think you can have a y
from with respect to johnny williams there. was a case of unpaid taxes that he also couldn't do his job in that case. >> reporter: in richmond, peggy fox, wusa9. >> the judge did allow attorney general cuccinelli to withdraw from the schneider case and appoint underwood to the case. he sees no reason to dismiss the case. the judge will decide on the motion by the end of the week. >>> a judge in massachusetts has ruled that the public should know exactly what investigators seized from the home of former new england patriots tight end aaron hernandez. the 23-year-old has been charged with premeditated murder in the death of 27-year- old odin lloyd. the judge ordered the documents to be made available this afternoon. the documents include search warrants, police affidavits explaining what they were looking for and what was taken away as possible evidence. at hernandez' arraignment last month, prosecutors say they had examined his cell phones and 14 camera home surveillance systems. hernandez has pleaded not guilty. also on monday ernest wallace, one of two men police say was in the car wit
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for the upcoming season a mere $700,000 to $58.7 million. with harsher penalties for teams that exceed that tax level. >>> all right. the soon to be most famous person on the planet, we'll have all those details next. >>> plus, all your sports highlights. stay with us. >>> now to the fevered pitch in london where britain's royal baby is due any day now. we've learned the baby's title will be the prince or princess of cambridge. martin fletcher joins us live now from outside st. mary's hospital in london where duchess kate will give birth. martin, good morning to you. this baby is about to be the most famous newborn in the world. >> reporter: that's right. richard. this is a once in a generation event, the birth of a new mon mark. the when the duchess goes into labor. this is where she'll come the private lindo wing and 31 years ago this is where prince william was born to his mother princess diana who would be a grandmother today if she were alive. two main questions, firstly, will her husband prince william get here in time? he's 300 miles away in north wales at the royal air force base where
$700,000 to $58.7 million. with harsher penalties for teams that exceed that tax level. >>> the soon to be most famous person on the planet, we'll have all those details next. >>> plus, all your sports highlights with richard lui. stay with us. >>> now to the fevered pitch in london where britain's royal baby is due any day now. we've learned the baby's title will be prince or princess of cambridge. martin fletcher joins us live now from outside st. mary's hospital in london where duchess kate will give birth. this baby is about to be the most famous baby in the world. what are preparations like over there? >> that's right. this is a once in a generation thing, the birth of a future british monarch. but all the attention now will be faced here on the private wing at st. mary's hospital in london with where when the duchess of cambridge goes into labor, this is where she's going to come. the first question is will her husband william get her to belv standing by to bring him here. it will take him about two hours to get here. the other big question, is it a boy or a girl? prince willia
their season at the wharf and one win away from history. >>> we'll find out where that extra gas tax money is going to go in maryland. >>> new details just released about the accidental shooting that killed a child in virginia ♪ [ male announcer ] do you love prime rib? get to your local subway for the delectable, new prime rib melt built fresh from the bread up! with hearty, savory cuts of tender prime rib in an au jus glaze and deliciously melty provolone, bite after bite is prime rib perfection. get it made just the way you say with all the veggies you want. the new prime rib melt. it's a taste you won't soon forget, so hurry into your local subway today! subway. eat fresh. >>> wow. tonight the doors are open at the washington redskins new training facility in richmond. state and city leaders joined the team's alumni to celebrate the grand opening. look at that. >> arrived by plane. >> a few weeks from now the team will move in, training camp is set to start july 25th. will last for three weeks and attract 100,000 fans. >> three weeks from now it will be buzzing with some of the best
impact because it would allow the city to tax those workers. >> it's 5:05 and 74 degrees. >> still ahead here on "good morning, washington," an incredible look at those wildfires out of nevada now burning out of control. the nest has been getting a little too quiet of late. so i decided it was time to find some real harmony with nature. [ screaming ] whoo! oh, yeah. elmo! [ howling ] mmm! [ eagle chirps ] [ train whistles ] [ bird chirping ] [ screaming ] [ tuba bellows ] whoa. hey! [ screaming ] [ snoring ] music to mom's ears. we may live in houses, but we're born for busch gardens. >> interesting story here. starting today, scientists are going to have a new way to look underground for potential earthquake hot spots, as they're called, and they're doing it all from the sky. >> that's right. the u.s. geological survey equipped this plane with a device that measures the magnetic field of the earth. researchers can then use that information to predict the likelihood of an earthquake. the plane will fly over certain spots in missouri, arkansas and tennessee that all experience major quake
letters coming up in each correct response. where would you like to start? don't mess with taxes, $400. what is the luxury tax? i'll take 30s rock for $400, please, alex. who is dylan? bob dylan. uh, 30s rock. what is "brick house"? $1,200, 30s rock. what is guns n' roses? no. good guess, but it was 38 special. a.j., back to you. 30s rock $1,600. what is thirty seconds to mars? uh, 30s rock, $2,000. who is the dave matthews band? and you add to your lead. you're at an even $10,000 now. let's go with, uh, nixon's enemies list for $400. what is united artists? uh, nixon, $800. who is namath? uh, nixon, $1,200. what is the "washington post"? uh, nixon, $1,600. who is goldwater? uh, nixon, $2,000. who is jane fonda? for $2,000. don't mess with taxes, $800. what is a stamp tax? no. laura. what is a tariff? i'll take the tell-tale heart for $400, please. what is an electrocardiogram? ll-tale heart, $800. what is an artery? "ography" for $400, please. wwhat is choreography? tell-tale heart, $1,200. what is angina? tell-tale heart, $1,600. here's sarah... palpitations accompanied by dizziness
with his tax increases. so the best hope for this economy is that you keep on printing money. that's traditional theory. >>brian: should bernanke pretend as if his words don't matter and tell the truth: i think the economy is getting better to the point, even though we're going to 2.4% that i can't stop printing money or should he pull back and not say anything positive? >> he has to say something because he's got to make a speech. then he's got to answer questions after that speech. you can't clam up and say nothing. you can't do that. you've got to answer the questions. >>brian: the more optimistic his words and statements, the more of a chance he's going to print less money, the more of a chance the markets will go down. >> you've got the combination right. the more positive he is on the state of our economy and the rate of growth and the unemployment rate, the more positive he is, the less likely it is that he'll keep on printing; the more likely it is that the stock market goes down. i don't think any of the above. but as a people -- >>brian: i would like to know as an americ
think. you know, we want 15 years of your tax returns and your wife's returns and things like that. i think there are an awful lot of people who have a lot to give who won't run. eliot spitzer, you know, he's -- let's see if he gets the signatures to get on the ballot. you raised another i think critical point with regard to eliot spitzer, what does he do about his actions as attorney general of the state of new york when he took several people to court, maybe on somewhat flimsy evidence. >> trot a lot of people in the -- tried a lot of people in the press before they got to court, and then they were cleared. >> so the forgiveness theme, does he allude to that at all as he continues to run? >> those questions will come out. >> yeah. >> i look forward as a voter, i have not made my mind up. i think scott stringer is an impressive guy and accomplished a lot. i would imagine i'm not alone in that position. >> what's the over/under on how much ken langone contributes to any -- >> i think it's substantial. >> pretty big. >> pretty big. >> lick question dating some assets right now, make th
/6 of the economy, to raise taxes on small business men and women. raise taxes on middle class people, to come between doctors and patients. look, let the states do this. get it right. they have fail completely in lowering the cost of health care. >> i hope you come back on the 17th when letters are supposed to be answers. thank you. >> coming up, new information on the jumbo jet crash. a veteran boeing 777 pilot joins us next. helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess with cialis. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting
gain. >>> hidden in cell phone bill, taxes, folks. 911 districts even school districts often tack on taxes to your wireless bill. and you probably don't even know about it. all together it adds 17.2% on average. that's according to the tax foundation. >>> all right. this is the largest fine ever against a debt collector for harassing consumers. the federal trade commission finds expertlobal solutions the largest debt corrector in the world $3.2 million for abusive tactics. calls at work. calls at night. over and over again, all this, quote, with the intent to annoy, harass or abuse, that's according to the government. sometimes, even haranguing consumers after they had paid the debt. >> after? >> after they have paid the debt. this is a very big business. 30 million people owe money that a debt collector is trying to go after you. 30 million people. >> so there's a limit there. >> ftc says there's definitely a limit. also we've heard in other collection debt stories about how they call friends, family, ministers, bosses. all trying to push you to pay up the debt. to shame you. >>
taxes went up, finding an extra $83 a month for health coverage is hard for a single working woman. it's something that's very difficult to come up with. >> gretchen: yep. single women, married women, family people. a loft people getting -- lot of people getting hurt now. did you follow the health care situation over the last couple of years when it was being passed by congress and president obama introduced it? were you following it and if so, did you actually think wow, my health care expenses might be going down or at least staying the same? >> i have followed it. i don't claim to be an expert. i can see what it's done in the last few years with my own personal health care coverage, higher co-pays, higher premiums. morocco pays and deductibles. i didn't think it was going to get cheaper. when you take away underwriting which is basically what it does, it's forcing an industry to provide a good and service, but also forcing everybody to purchase that good or service. and that right there just sort of raised a red flag to me that it wasn't going to all work out the way that it seemed
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percent. democrats are saying government operations require a fully functional tax agent. >> how do you talk about efficiency and effectiveness in government and then cut an agency that is supposed to be paying for these various functions we have here. >> believe it or not the irs is scheduled to pay out big bonuses this year. almost $100 million worth. that is despite a director of a white house trying to clamp down on these things. national treasury employees's union they say this pool of bonus money is guaranteed under the union contracts. doug luzader live for us in washington. thanks, doug. >> $130 billion that's how much the new regulations could cost this year. that's according to a brand new study from the american action forum. where is all of that money coming from? here are camps for you. more than 5 billion for battery charger standards. 2.6 billion are exchanges and appeals related to obama care insurance exchanges. >>> egypt military leaders tirn rum plan as they amend the nation's constitution and hold new parliamentary and and the plan by the pro more see brotherhood. co
immigrants can become a citizen if they have to go through a long waiting period, have to pay taxes and a penalty, have to pass a criminal background check, and have to learn english, 86% of republicans say i favor that. 86% of democrats. 88% of independence. so depending on how the bill is, and the devil, when it comes to legislation, is always in the details, if you have a tough bill like, this it will gain widespread support among republicans, democrats, and independence. but, yeah, this is a threshold issue and if republicans don't get past it, we may end up seeing the latino vote go the way of the african-american vote. that is totally in the democratic column. in texas, we get 40% of the latino vote for our statewide candidates on a regular basis. george bush got 44% of the latino vote nationwide in 2004. and mitt romney in ohio got 42% of the latino vote when he got past the issue of, you know, send them all home and got on to the economic message. so, republicans could do themselves some good by this but more importantly, the current system is >> bill: all right, mr. rove, t
at tmz, lauryn hill checks into prison. she started her three monthmonth sentence for tax evasion, right in. >> yes, she did check in federal prison this morning in dan bury, connecticut, that is where she t is going to beha serving the the months, it's a minimum security prison, so you know, there's nothing too crazy, hopefully that depose on i goes on in ther she is going to be in like aa bunk, it's almost like going too summer camp. mp. >> will she get out before therh three months for good behavior? >> i mean, i believe there's always a chance of that, but from what i have seen as far ass federal prisons, they don't let you out early. they don't have the overcrowdin a lot of the other prisons have you usually spend the fullhe amount of time in there. >> she was working on hard tohao pay down the debt, i guess it it didn't keep her out of jail.jai. >> let me move on to wrapper if i sebt, h50-cent he is charged h domestic violence, what can youh tell us about that case? >> esturned last wednesday, domestic violence, and counts of vandalism for beating up a baby mama and tearing up her
tax. mark segraves joins us live from northwest at georgia avenue and missouri at the site of a walmart store that's expected to open in a few months. >> reporter: this is one of two walmart locations that supposed to open within the next few months this fall. six walmarts across the city are planned for d.c. but now walmart has issued a statement saying that if the d.c. council and the mayor approve a new living wage of $12.50 an hour, they are threatening to leave d.c. for years city leaders have tried to convince walmart to open stores in washington. after the big box retailer announced plans to open as many as six locations across the
. truck drivers are v. gone on strike to protest a 35% tax on their wages. some 15,000 demonstrators flooded the streets of the country's capital city buenas aries. you can see them beating drums and holding signs. the strikes affecting everything from food distribution to mail and newspaper delivery. india. a sand artist put the finishing touches on sculptures of hindu gods. it's a thousand-year-old tradition in which people pulled giant cherries through crowds chanting ancient hymns. and that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. onshepard: we're voting a vote from texas' controversial abortion bill after another day of tough debate in the wake of that marathon democratic filibuster in the state senate. we'll get a live update on that. and, just in to fox news, from fox news. there is a brand new face in the fox news family. i bet you will recognize her. the announcement coming mommy's from now. when you experience something great, you want to share it. with everyone. that's why more customers recommend verizon, america's largest 4g lte network. still doesn't fe
. the new money is coming from the recent hike in maryland's gas tax. >>> a bridge in prince george's county that's been closed since 2011 will finally reopen today. that bridge crosses rock creek on baden nailer road in brandywine. that 30-foot span has been closed since part of it was washed out by heavy flooding that hit the region during hurricane irene and tropical storm lee. the county says it took so long to rebuild because about 75% of the $2.5 million project was paid for by fema. and getting that funding was a, quote, lengthy process. >>> the senate is taking another crack at student loans. senate majority leader harry reid scheduled a procedural vote for tomorrow. the bill would restore the interest rate on federal student loans to 3.4% for one year. interest rates doubled to 6.8% last week. congress can retroactively reduce interest rates. most students do not take out loans until the beginning of the fall semester. >>> 5:55. new information that shows all that money you're spending in stores is actually giving the economy a boost. cnbc's courtney reagan live with that story for
getting hit with newly-implemented gas taxes. those states are california, connecticut, maryland, kentucky, nebraska, georgia, wyoming, and north carolina. and now a look at bay area gas prices. some of the bay's most expensive gas today is in san francisco. according to triple-a it's four dollars and six cents for a gallon of unleaded. san jose and oakland are a better deal. both cities today are tied at three-95-a gallon. let's take a quick look outside this morning. we will return with >>janu: for our full weather forecast this weekend. we will be right back. stay with us. [ male announcer ] it's 7am and steve is already thinking about tomorroorw. which is why he's investing in his heart healteah by eating kellogg's raisin bran®. good morning dad d. hi, sweetie.ti [ male announcernc ] here's another eye opener.e not only is kellogg'ogs raisin bra bn® heart healthy it's a delicious sourcoue of potassium. ♪ ♪ it's a delicious sourcoue of potassium. mom make you eat that? i happen to like raisins. now that's what i'm talkin' about. [ male announcernc ] invest in your heart healthlt w
an amusement tax to strip clubs. in philadelphia. 5% tax if you go to a strip club. >> to get a lap dance? to get a lap dance, exactly. >> now you got to pay up. >> got some bucks. >> shake it. work it. wo >>> th morning >>> this morning on "world news now" -- airline anxiety. we are learning astonishing new details about what happened inside the jumbo jet that crash landed in san francisco. what worked and what didn't in those crucial moments. >> face to face -- the boston bombing suspect goes to court today with heavy security. why some relatives of the victims killed cannot wait to look that suspect in the eye. >> alligator attack -- the orlando area teenager counting his blessings this morning. his head injuries and what he saw and felt after taking an unforgettable plunge. >> concerts canceled. elton john's sudden health scare, trip to the hospital and his outlook after his recovery that's in "the skinny" on this wednesday, july 10th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> all right. wednesday is here. we're happy about that. >> ye
's the reason why. these are akin to large taxes on the american economy and especially american producers whether it's producers of electricity or manufacturers or transportation sector. and i believe and a lot of economists agree with me on this that the effect of in this will not be to reduce carbon emissions which is what these are intended to do, but rather to lose jobs and production in america and move it overseas to countries like china, india, mexico which, by the way, gregg, have worse environmental standards than we do. so the iron know of this, this may -- irony of this, this may lead to more emissions of carbon and methane into the environment than if we hadn't done these regulations. gregg: and higher costs for consumersesome. >> no doubt about that. the biggest concern is not so much prices, but they will be affected, it's jobs. a lot of people in the coal mining industry, a lot of people in the manufacturing sector, and these are union jobs, by the way, gregg. very worried about what's going to happen to their job if we increase the prices and put, you know, one of the effe
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of taxes somewhere. it's a disaster. >> your point is it's inevitable. this is just what happens. >> i also think whether you like or dislike these programs, we should expect a certain basic level of competence. whether you think snowden is a hero or villain, when our government decides they want to bring him in as a fugitive he would get the paperwork right. he did not put in a passport number. shot clo we called and they said we don't know what to do. this is the most wanted man america wants to find, we get the paperwork right. >> if i employed an editor like that, i would fire him. isn't that part of the problem, nobody ever gets fired? >> there are no repercussions. the witness protection program includes terrorists who cooperate with us. they vanished. two people are on the no-fly list. they changed their identities. they forgot to put their new names on the no-fly list. some got on the aircraft and some had been involved in bomb attacks. basic competence says take this guy, change his name, add the new name to the no-fly list. no one gets fired. >> in the private sector this would ha
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